50 BEST PLACES IN THE WORLD FOR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY

The best part about wildlife photography is that it gives you a different perspective of everything that you see. Whether it’s about capturing a herd of elephants or your dog playing at the backyard, you will learn to play with your lenses.  Folks, we bring you some of the best places and wildlife parks where you can not only just do some photography but will fall in love with the surroundings as well.

1) Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

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For the photography enthusiast this reserve is a must visit place for you. Located at the South west side of Kenya, Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the greatest wildlife reserves here. I am sure you have definitely heard about the Wild Beast Migration or the Great Migration which takes places here. And if not then guys you should add this place on your bucket list.

Photographers visit this place every year to take some of their best shots and believe me guys you will absolutely find that perfect shot here. You will also find some other wildlife here like Masai lions, African leopards and Tanzanian cheetahs and Thomson’s gazelle.

Best Time for Clicks: The best time to visit this place for photography is during the month of July     to October.

2) Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

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Well I am sure you can never say no to this place. Imagine a landscape changing right in front of      your eyes. Sounds interesting, right? Well then guys don’t just wait and imagine, it’s time for you to  head out to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Feast your eyes with the mesmerizing beauty of the    place as the Kilauea’s blistering lava meets the sea.

Your shot does not just end here. Hike through    the park and capture the picture of some rare and endangered species. It is said that the park is a  refuge for the island’s native plants and animals.

Best Time for Clicks: The best time to visit this park is during the month of April to late September.

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